You may have noticed many products out there (especially on marketplaces like Amazon which don't allow CBD product sales) marketed as CBD products, but their label states it includes an ingredient called "Hemp Seed Oil." We often get asked what the differences are, what the potential benefits of each may be, and why is there such a price difference?! Hopefully this article will clear some of those questions up for you!
CBD has gained notoriety for relieving pain, sleep problems, and many other ills, but it’s also surrounded by confusion.
I'm in my late 50s and have trouble falling asleep almost every night. How can I get a good night's sleep?
If you’ve ever suffered from chronic pain (such as arthritis), acute pain (an injury) or muscle soreness after a particularly tough workout, then you know you’ll do just about anything to find relief.
The popular hemp extract has delivered dramatic, life-changing pain relief for many people—without the issues associated with opioids.
Is there a better way to deal with pain using natural pain killers?
You’ve already done the hard part and pushed through a tough workout. But that was two days ago, and your hamstrings are still screaming when you try to sit down.
I have chronic low back pain that has waxed and waned for more than 30 years. I don’t want to take drugs. Any suggestions?
The popularity of CBD supplements—cannabidiol from hemp that can’t get you high—has attracted attention to a related category of natural substances: Terpenes.
There’s so much confusion about CBD oil. Can you separate the fact from the fiction?